We are experiencing in real-time the interconnection of banning inhumane practices and instead granting more human rights. In the fall of 2016, we were overjoyed with the ruling when El Salvador Wins Dispute Over Denying a Mining Permit, and this spring has brought even more positive outlook with the national ban on metallic mining. Hopefully, sooner than later, we will see more legislative decisions in favor of water law and food sovereignt
Read more with Archbishop José Luis Escobar's opinion for the need of constituional reform to make water and food an inalienable, human right.
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